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10-07-2002, 10:54 AM
From the pics on their website it looks like you can't see a line across the hood. Anyone have it and can confirm this?


10-07-2002, 12:41 PM
I believe that this is the competitor that Stongard alludes to on their website when they show the squared off cuts and extra relief lines, not Xpel.

The kit I saw, which was on a fairly squared-off vehicle (a blazer), had many relief cuts and too many pieces. It was a mess. Perhaps that has changed, but I would check it first.

It's the same 3M material, I believe.

You WILL see the line on the hood, though, with any of these products. It's not horrible, but you will see it. As with everything in life, there is a trade off you make for no stone chips and scratches up front, and that is some scratch-like lines where the product ends. If it means anything, though, everyone that's seen my car and noticed the Stongard (and most DO see it) quickly comment on how neat the concept is and how good it looks.

10-07-2002, 01:09 PM
i have the 3M stuff, custom kit from a local place though.

depending on how the light shines, you may or may not see the line. in garage lighting you will definitely see it. when sunlight reflects off the car, it makes it really hard to see. here are some pics of my car.

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